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Kentucky State Penitentiary Inmate sentenced for life in Boone. Co. murder stabs inmate

Sean Noakes (Photo provided) Sean Noakes (Photo provided)
Herbert Eades (Photo provided) Herbert Eades (Photo provided)
EDDYVILLE, KY (FOX19) -

A man serving a life sentence for murder and criminal attempt to commit murder out of Boone County stabbed an inmate multiple times at the Kentucky State Penitentiary in Eddyville, Ky.

Officials say Herbert Eades, 58, was stabbed multiple times in a general population dormitory at the prison by Sean Noakes, 46, another inmate in the dormitory.

Eades was transported by ambulance to the Caldwell Medical Center where he is listed in stable conditions, authorities said.

Officials say Noakes is serving a life sentence for murder and criminal attempt to commit murder out of Boone County. He was placed in segregation and will face administrative charges

According to a release, Eades is serving a life sentence for sodomy and sexual abuse out of Ohio County.

The assault is under investigation by the Kentucky State Police and criminal charges are pending the outcome of that investigation.

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